sodium oleate


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sodium oleate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′ō·lē‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C17H33COONa A white powder with a tallow aroma; soluble in alcohol and water, with partial decomposition; used in medicine and textile waterproofing.
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The most satisfactory reagent combination used was found to be 600 g/t sodium oleate, 1200 g/t sodium silicate 50 g/t of polyglycol wetting agent.
Amine acetate showed a similar behavior as sodium oleate although the solution chemistry of the compounds is different.
Sodium oleate is a salt of unsaturated carboxyl acid.
The viscosity of sodium oleate melt is lower by several orders of magnitude than that of initial polymer melts.
Treating experimental viscosity data of PP/CPA mixture melts with the content of sodium oleate 0; 0.
Data on the influence of sodium oleate on PP/CPA mixture melt elasticity for various temperatures are presented in Table 3.